Egypt international and Al-Ittihad winger Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim Kahraba talked about his recent...
- Kahraba: I did not reach my peak yet
- Ismaily threatens to forfeit the league
- Elmohamady’s Hull slump to disappointing loss against Middlesbrough
- Manuel Jose: Shikabala’s mentality wasted his talent
- Four Egyptians to play in FA Cup Third Round
- Abdel-Wahed El-Sayed snubbed from Beach AFCON Egypt squad
- PHOTOS: Zamalek inform EFA of their decision to forfeit the league
- Mohamed Sanad’s La Rioja qualify to play-offs in Champions League
- Ibrahim Nour El-Dein: I did not hesitate to rule this penalty
- Mansour: Zamalek won’t continue the league
VIDEO: Kahraba scores again as FC Luzern held by Young Boys
FC Luzern were held to a 1-1 draw at the Swissporarena in the Swiss Super League on Sunday, but it was 19-year-old Egyptian Kahraba who scored the only goal for the hosts after just five minutes.
Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim ‘Kahraba’, who scored on his first start in Switzerland a fortnight ago, was on target again for Luzern after pouncing on a defensive error before calmly sliding the ball past goalkeeper Marco Wölfli.
Kahraba was lively throughout the match and even won a penalty for the hosts in the second half after being tripped by ex-Smouha hitman Samuel Afum inside the Young Boys penalty box, but Australian Bozanic was denied from the spot.
The attacking midfielder, who was left on the bench in Egypt’s humiliating 6-1 World Cup qualifying loss to Ghana last Tuesday, seemed to have pulled a muscle late in the match after scuffing a weak shot from distance.
Kahraba limped off the pitch while holding onto his thigh as he was substituted in the 76th minute by Adrian Winter, but the Egyptian starlet was still able to kneel in prayer on the touchline after being replaced.
Michael Frey equalized for the visitors on the 84th minute and Luzern had to settle for a point after missing a few glorious chances in the dying minutes.
FC Luzern remain in third on 19 points and are set to face FC Lausanne-Sport next weekend.